Most Visited Honeymoon Places in Maharashtra – the ‘Land of Rocks’

Do you know that western Indian state of Maharashtra owns several romantic places? If not, you must make sure that this statement is true. Lovingly called the ‘Land of Rocks’, Maharashtra offers honeymoon couples a number of romantic places.

Most Visited Honeymoon Places in Maharashtra

While planning for the honeymoon tour, the romantic couples, who are situated in Mumbai or Pune or in any other side of Maharashtra, need not to go too away for the celebration of their honeymoon. The detail of the most visited romantic places in Maharashtra is following:

Aurangabad

aurangabad

Named after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb and situated in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, Aurangabad is home to several monuments of historical significance. This charming city is home to the Ajanta Caves and Ellora Caves, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Being a tourism hub, this city is covered by several historical sites such as Panchakki, Aurangabad Gates, Quilla-E-Arak, Salim Ali Lake and Bird Sanctuary, and Bibi Ka Maqbara. Popularly referred to as ‘The City of Gates’, this historical city is also called the ‘Tourism Capital of  Maharashtra’. The honeymoon couples, who love shopping, can head to the Pronzone Mall, boasting of being the first horizontally designed shopping mall of India. This wonderful mall has the only ground level and first level. Here, the best hotels can also be found to suit as per the budget of the tourists. This place is also famous for the shopping of cotton and silk shawls and dresses.

Toranmal

toranmal

Located at an average altitude of 1,150 m (3,770 ft) above the mean sea level, Toranmal, which is situated in the Satpura Range in the Nandurbar district in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, is counted among the top tourist destinations in India. While some other famous Indian hill stations overshadow this destination, this charming spot offers the enjoyment of the tour same as the one at Mahabaleshwar. Situated at a distance of approx 300 km from Nasik and 510 km northeast of Mumbai, this charming hill station is home to several points of interest, including the very famous Yashawant Lake, Sita Khai, Sunset Point, Lotus Lake, Aawashabari Point, Saat Payari, Coffee Garden, and much more.

Nagpur

nagpur

Being the 3rd largest city of the western Indian state of Maharashtra, the winter capital and the largest city in the central part of India, Nagpur, which is counted among the proposed Smart Cities from Maharashtra, is one of the most preferred tourist destinations of India. Lovingly called the ‘Orange City’, this charming city, which is situated just in the middle of the Indian peninsula, offers several alternatives for romantic couples. The people, who love wildlife, can take the unlimited enjoyment of their honeymoon among the orchards of orange. After visiting the shopping locations and malls, romantic couples can head to explore several national parks such as the Nagzira National Park, and Tadoba Andheri National Park. Situated at a distance of approx 900 km from Mumbai, the largest city of Maharashtra, Nagpur is perfect for trying the Saoji cuisine prepared of mutton or chicken.

Wai

wai

Being a town in the Satara district in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, Wai, which is situated on the banks of the Krishna River, is important like Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani. Offering its panoramic charm, it is the important city, where some of the best Bollywood movies such as Omkara, Ishqiya, Swadesh, Singham, Gangajal, Dabangg, and Chennai Express have been shot. Some great budget resorts and hotels can be easily found at this tourist destination. Fine landscape of this charming destination can be enjoyed by visiting the Dhom Dam, and Dhom Lake. The people, who are religious by their nature, can head to explore several temples of this destination such as Dhundi Vinayak Ganpati Mandir, Kashi Vishweshwar Mandir, Dholya Ganpati Mandir. If you go at a distance of only 5 km from this spot, you can find the historical caves of Palpeshwar and Veruli. This famous honeymoon destination is situated at a distance of only 250 km from Mumbai.

 Vengurla

vengurla

Also called ‘Vingoria’, Vengurla, which is situated in the Sindhudurg district in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, is a one of the best honeymoon destinations of India. Having its location just north of Goa, the smallest state of India, this charming destination, which is covered by a semicircular range of hills blessed with lush green foliage majorly of mango, cashew, coconut, and various types of trees of berries, provides the same experience like the one of Goa. Having a rich cultural heritage, this breathtaking town, which has the location of the Arabian Sea on the western side of it, is perfect for taking the fine glimpse of some historic forts, and several ancient temples such as the Rameshwar Mandir, and Shri Devi Sateri Temple. Here, honeymoon couples can also try the mouthwatering Malvani cuisine. After sunset, you can take a walk on some of the cleanest beaches of the western Indian state of Maharashtra. Here, you can also use your private vehicle and can take the service of a rickshaw available all the time. Situated at a distance of approx 522 km south of Mumbai, this breathtaking romantic destination can be easily reached by using the Konkan Railway. After this, you can alight at the Kudal railway station, from where you can easily get Vengurla to have the unlimited romance along with your beloved.

Thus, it can be rightly said that the romantic places of Maharashtra are suitable for honeymoon couples to have the unlimited romance along with their beloved. In case of being willing to go to any of these destinations, you can book Affordable Maharashtra Honeymoon Package. All of these holiday tour packages are available on one of the leading tour and travel operators of India. So, what are you thinking about now? Do not get late in thinking in vain and get immediately ready to go to Maharashtra to celebrate your honeymoon.

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